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English-only versus a bilingual curriculum in schools

The debate whether bilingual education should be promoted in schools is being discussed by intellectuals across America. Supporters of an all-English based curriculum believe that the more immersed in English a Spanish-speaking student is, the…Continue

Tags: Latinos, Hispanics, schools, education, bilingual

Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - education Feb 27.

UNM's Combined BA/MD Degree Program

The shortage of physicians in New Mexico encouraged the University of New Mexico to develop a Combined BA/MD Degree Program wherein high schools students obtain a baccalaureate degree that, if completed successfully, will reserve them a seat in the…Continue

Tags: Hispanic, Latino, medicine, careers, education

Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - education Feb 18.

Hiring #Bilingual Customer Service Reps in #Sacramento, CA

Progressive is hiring Full Time #Bilingual Customer Service Reps at our #Sacramento, CA location!  Check out the #job & apply here http://bit.ly/1CSTCOI!  Question, contact me at clong@progressive.comContinue

Started by Charlene Long in interests - careers & work Feb 16.

TOP 7 REASONS WHY SOME PEOPLE WILL SAY or DO ALMOST ANYTHING FOR ATTENTION? 3 Replies

TOP 7 REASONS WHY SOME PEOPLE WILL DO ALMOST ANYTHING FOR ATTENTION?1.…Continue

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Hispanics and Education: a Texas-Sized Challenge for States

AUSTIN, Texas – Manuel Ramirez was the first in his family to get a college degree, and it wasn’t easy.His parents, who brought him to the U.S. illegally from Guanajuato, Mexico, when he was 8 years old, made just enough to get by with day labor and…Continue

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Started by Erich Lagasse in interests - education Jan 29.

Physician Burnout

The Yoshi Effect: The Absence Of Health and Well-BeingByRobert A. Beltran, M.D., M.B.A.President/CEO of Wounded H.E.A.R.T.S. FoundationMinister of Health and Well-being Who knew? Who would have suspected? Why did he do what he did? These are the…Continue

Started by Robert A. Beltran, M.D., M.B.A. in cities - Los Angeles Jan 28.

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LatPro Announces Scholarship Award Winner

We are proud to announce that Valerie Chavez has won our 2014 LatPro Scholarship award. Valerie’s essay was inspirational and beautifully written. She aspires “to provide people with the necessary healthcare, comfort, and compassion that every human being deserves” and hopes to contribute to impoverished communities in the Dominican Republic–her mother’s native country–by providing free […]
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Against all odds, Colombian student pursues the American Dream

chose Mechanical Engineering while living in South America. I was born in Colombia where at a young age I developed an interest in the mechanics of my toys; this led me to take apart all of my Christmas gifts. My family decided to settle in the United States to look for a brighter future when […]
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Personalizing curriculum to focus on Latino Health

omance Languages and Literature is one of my current majors that I’m trying to pursue. I would be doing Spanish and French with that… I’m also hoping to pursue a degree in Latino Studies because I think that through this I can get more of an understanding of the cultural markers, some of the sociological […]
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Playwright and stage manager emphasizes culture, community and arts advocacy

y academic and career path in the theater arts has been diverse. Yet, it has always been focused on one general goal: to work in theater and support the arts. Through my various roles supporting theaters, play laboratories and production offices, I have been able to make this goal more specific. I feel passionate about […]
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Engineering student: Solving the energy crisis and designing life-improving technology

s a child, when people asked what I wanted to be as an adult, I always said “Happy.” After years of hearing this my parents sat down and asked me “what makes you happy?” We joked about how there isn’t a major for enjoying chocolate or knowing everything about baseball (yet), but then I thought […]
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Study finds little diversity in global management ranks

Diverse management is lacking in most of the major European organizations, according to a study released today by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). BCG found that out of 40 randomly selected global companies, 93 percent of the […]
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